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Senate Elections 2014: Democratic Seats To Watch - Editor’s note: while this article is clearly pro-Democrat it has important information regardless of your party choice. By Erin J   − In this year’s senate elections, democrats have 34 seats that are not up for re-election. Of the 21 seats that are up for re-election, just 9 are considered uncompetitive. Here are some of the most competitive seats that require the party to work extra hard: Colorado Mark Udall, a democra... http://ow.ly/2PK0VM
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Midterm Elections 2014 Poll: Most Americans Say US ‘Out Of Control,’ Not Enthusiastic About Election http://ow.ly/2PoGSx
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Reinventing American Politics - When our country was first formed there were two political parties wooing the American voter, the Federalist Party created by Alexander Hamilton and the Democrat-Republican Party supported by Jefferson and Madison. Not only could the Democrats and Republicans get along with each other, they were members of the same family! The Federalists eventually disappeared and []The post Reinventing American Politics appeared first on The Guide to Wi... http://ow.ly/2OZn9O
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Parallels in American Politics - Clinton had a lot in common with Nixon, and Obama has a lot in common with Reagan. In fact, the events of 1970s and 1980s were a mirror image of the events of 1990s to today. Nixon was a Republican moderate who led the country at the time that the public sentiment was strongly to []The post Parallels in American Politics appeared first on The Guide to Winning Elections. http://ow.ly/2OFCQW
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Student Participation in Politics - By Michael C Miller — Nowadays it is very common to find students actively involving themselves in politics. Many students have even pledged allegiance to different political parties. What are the short-term implications and long-term effects of this participation in politics by students? A primary distinction must be made here between politics as active participation []The post Student Participation in Politics appeared first on The ... http://ow.ly/2Oph55
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Yard Signs Don't Win Elections - Today's thoughts come from the campaign trail so let's get right to the pointYard Signs Don't Win Elections. I have spent numerous hours putting together signs and then canvassing streets till all hours of the night. The burning question that comes to mind is; did my 30,000 yard signs change the democratic wave that hit []The post Yard Signs Don't Win Elections appeared first on The Guide to Winning Elections. http://ow.ly/2NU9of
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Starting Your Political Campaign Off the Right Way - By Paul R Turner When trying to decide which political office you want to run for, think of your eventual campaign message. You'll want to make sure that you go for the office you are good at. Some public offices are administrative, where your ability to handle staff and serve the public is the []The post Starting Your Political Campaign Off the Right Way appeared first on The Guide to Winning Elections. http://ow.ly/2NzMaF
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ElectionWatch 2014: Setback in Tennessee - On Thursday, August 7, longtime Tennessee Senator and establishment Republican Lamar Alexander cruised to victory over Tea Party challenger Joe Carr in the state's primary election. This is undeniably a setback for the Tea Party movement at the national level, although not such an utter failure for that movement as the mainstream media would like []The post ElectionWatch 2014: Setback in Tennessee appeared first on The Guide to... http://ow.ly/2Mn5Bx
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